Top Definition
Cool, in a rugged wrong-side-of-the-tracks way. Comes from the S.E. Hinton novel The Outsiders. Oppose preppie, and differs significantly from tough.
You ain't tuff, and you never will be, ya preppie!
by ke6isf March 23, 2004
Means sharp, cool, wicked awesome, etc.It's a compliment to call someone or something tuff. Used in S.E. Hintons Tuff book The Outsiders.
Johnny: Man, that is a tough car. Mustangs, huh, they're tuff.

or

Jen: You know Pat?
Meg: Yeah, he's pretty tuff.
by Megh October 29, 2006
Something cool. It's used in the movie The Outsiders. The greasers use it as they talk about mustangs.
1. That mustang over there is tuff.
2. Socials always have tuff mustangs
3. Man, that mustang's tuff.
by aznxdenim March 18, 2007
Tuff has the same meaning as 'tough.' However the word is spelt out t-u-f-f to emphasise how tough (hard, rough, strong, badass) something is.


1.
Rebekah: "wow I love these shoes, they are so tough, I love that style. "
Camille: "No, they are TUFF, T-U-F-F, not just ordinary tough."
by 123456709837593 January 29, 2009
Tuff:

1(adj.) used to describe an extremity of extreme awesomeness.
2 (v.) to smoke
3 (n.) a kind of dank smoking herb
4 (v.) to fart or bescumber
Example A.
It was (1)tuff to see all of the Deadheads (2)tuffin' on the (3)tuff.

Example B.
"Look at that dog tuffin' on that tree!"
by spook & bean May 22, 2009
similar to 'tight'; a word used to describe something
"a son dat's tuff right there." or "Them shoes is tuff"
by ChrissiB July 17, 2006
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